Saturday, July 3, 2010 9pm
Producer: Al Letson, PRX/NPR
The city of New Orleans is as proud of its traditions as it is steeped in them. But since the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, the city and its residents have been thrust into new relationships with those very traditions they hold so dear. State of the Re:Union host Al Letson visits the Big Easy and explores how the city is negotiating that tension between the old and the new — from race relations to po boys to combating crime — five years after the storm.